We’ve made it through January – and February is promising to be just as exciting a month for non-fiction releases.
It’s fair to say that a significant sub-genre of non-fiction is memoirs. They’re an integral pillar of personal story telling, and helping others to view the world through your eyes. Following the almost mass-hysteria* around Adam Kay’s This is Going to Hurt, it is no surprise that memoirs featured significantly in my reading throughout 2019.
2019 was an amazing year for books written by women. Here are my top-five feminist reads of the last 12 months.
Following Dr. Tony Bleetman’s journey as he helps sets up the Air Ambulance Service across the UK.
O’Brien is the epitome of a smug, sanctimonius, condescending, obsessively politically-correct, champange-socialist public schoolboy Remoaner” – The Sun, who could resist?